As readers here may know, I am the editor of Nokia Experts and currently have a pre-production Nokia N900 Internet Tablet to evaluate until January. This Maemo 5-powered Internet Tablet is quite an improvement over previous Nokia Internet Tablets that never seemed to take off with an integrated cellular data connection and much better native software provided by Nokia. Since this is a pre-production device and not necessarily focused on the enterprise market I have been making most of my posts about the device on my Nokia Experts site.
I think some of you readers may still be interested in this Linux device and wanted to let you know about several videos and posts I made today as I try to cover all aspects of the device for those thinking about purchasing it when it is released. You can check out my videos and thoughts as they pertain to:
- General walk around
- Phone functionality
- Web browser performance
- PIM capability
- Camera and media player
- Stream music wirelessly via the web browser
- Tether your N900 with a Windows PC
As you can see the Nokia N900 is a very capable device, even with this early software build currently loaded on it. I plan to post many more videos and thoughts on other areas of the device so stay tuned for more coverage. Please do let me know if you have any questions on the N900 and I will try to answer those as well. I am working on a post related to the N900 and enterprise usage for posting here.